Searcher
Salvador Bekiaropoulos
Salvador Bekiaropoulos
Economist
Spain

Salvador Bekiaropoulosworked at BBVA Reesearchfrom July to December 2018 in the Regulation unit. Since January 2019 he moved to Regulation and Internal Control, in the Regulation unit.

In 2016 and 2017 he worked in BBVA’s Accounting & Supervisors area as a financial analyst, specifically in the Global Financial Statements & Control team.

Before that Salvador worked at PwC Spain on projects for the European Central Bank and lender audits.

Salvador has a bilingual Degree in Economics from Carlos III University in Madrid, studying for a year at the Free University of Brussels, as well as a Master’s Degree in Auditing and Accounting from CUNEF.

Latest publications

Highlights: NGFS issues first comprehensive report on climate change. EU Parliament approves legislative package for financial entities. BoE amends financial services legislation in the context of Brexit. PRA and FCA publish business plans for 2019/20. US Agencies consult on resolution planning and supplementing leverage ratio
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) form a fundamental part of the business fabric, in Spain and throughout the EU. They account for more than 90% of the total number of businesses in the EU, provide 70% of its jobs and contribute nearly 50% of its added value. For this reason any setback suffered can end up having consequences for economic growth and employment.